Course Description

Some of Robert Frost's poems hint at or tell stories, such as "Mending Wall" or "The Road Not Taken;" others, such as "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" and "Hyla Brook," paint pictures and others, such as "The Pasture," evoke emotions. Come explore the stories, pictures, and emotions of New England in Frost's poetry. The last 30 (or so) minutes will be an open-ended discussion on any topic participants choose to talk about.

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